House Condemned President Trump for “Racist” Remarks

    Updated: July 16, 2019 at 9:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    The House condemned President Trump for making “racist” remarks aimed at “The Squad” – the four freshmen Congresswomen we have all grown to…um…never mind. The remarks weren’t “racist” in any way shape or form, but they were truthful. So the House passed a resolution condemning the President 238-185.

    “The Squad”: AOC, Tlaib, Pressley, Omar

    Congress Resolution 489: Condemning President Trump’s racist comments directed at Members of Congress.

    This resolution states that immigrants and their descendants have made America stronger and naturalized citizens are just as American as those whose families have been in the United States for generations. It also expresses a commitment to keep America open to those who lawfully seek refuge from violence and oppression and those willing to work hard to achieve the American Dream, regardless of race, ethnicity, faith, or country of origin.

    The resolution strongly condemns the President’s racist comments and states that they have legitimized hatred of new Americans and people of color, including his reference to immigrants and asylum seekers as “invaders.”

    Here are the reasons the House condemned President Trump:

    …..Congresswomen, who I truly believe, based on their actions, hate our Country. Get a list of the HORRIBLE things they

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